You will be working in special school for pupils aged 9 to 19 years who have learning difficulties with associated social and communication needs. Many of their pupils have autism. This school aim to provide a creative and practical learning environment with a focus upon achievement and the development of citizenship and life skills.
This role is an exciting position for an individual looking to work with young people with SEMH - as a Teaching Assistant, you will: - Encourage students to interact with others and engage in activities led by teachers - Set challenging and demanding expectations and promote self-esteem and independence - Attend to the student's behaviour and foster a culture of positive behaviour for learning - Help students develop resilience and independence, both learning in lessons and forming positive relationships with peers and staff - Establish good relationships with all students, acting as a role model and being aware of and responding appropriately to individual needs - Develop and enhance expertise in supporting students with complex social, emotional and mental health needs by attending training and working alongside relevant internal and external professionals such as psychologists and therapists
Apply now or call Ronni on (phone number removed) for more information.
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